As Scouts, we live our lives according to a code of behaviour. This code is expressed in the Scout Law, Promise, and Motto. When applied to the Internet, this code can be referred to as Netiquette:
Practicing the Scout Law while on the Internet.
- A Scout is courteous: respect the forms, manners, and customs established by convention as being acceptable, or required, in social relations, in a profession, or in official life while using the Internet.
- Reply to all messages which are received.
- If you promise to send information or exchange badges – keep your word.
- When using E-mail, or even signing someone’s Guestbook, do not use language which could offend others. Also, be positive, constructive, and focus on the fun aspect of the JOTAJOTI event